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12rec.net

12rec. is a small DIY, CD-R and netlabel without any bigger interests in money and fame.
Our musical spectrum is widely ranged: post- and indierock, electronica (in the widest
sense) and rap free of stereotypes are the cornerstones.

You can check out our site for more information.

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by Nic Bommarito
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Nic Bommarito comes off like the all-American college boy. He's from a small city in the near distance to Detroit, Michigan. He studied philosophy in Ann Harbor and changed to Albuquerque, New Mexico to expand his Sanskrit-studies. This trip took him across 2/3 of the US, but the next relocation was even more thoroughgoing . In 2006, Nic moved to Lhasa in Tibet, Republic of China. Nic is the unresting type. Due to his studies, he runs several websites, draws small comic strips, releases...
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Topics: Nic Bommarito, 12rec, 12rec.net, Instrumental,Guitar,Shoegaze, Indie, Electronic, Atmospheric,...
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by Bill Bawden
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I recognized young Herzog a bit later than I could have. Being an important part of the Welsh Serein-collective, he contributed a wonderful piece of electro-acoustic ambient for the second label compilation OIO which, in a whole, was enjoyed a lot at the 12rec. world headquarter. We got the Crepusculum EP in the pipe and planned to add a remix to give Fred Batys' folklore music a decent electric twist. So we got in contact with Bill Bawden a.k.a. Herzog. His idea of transforming analogue sounds...
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Topics: herzog, Bill Bawden, 12rec, 12rec.net, electronic, electroacoustic, ambient
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by oliviero farneti
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i got an email from our dear friend stephane obadia. he told me about this guy from italy that calls himself after the sound of a steam train, ciuf ciuf, got it? steph was very excited bout his music and so are we. just check the first song i feel like a clean blackboard: along with his mates matteo mohorovicich at sax & clarinet and daniele dalla pellegrina at trumpet, oliviero farneti creates a surprisingly catchy and slightly surrealistic pop-song that knows about dance-music, lo-fi...
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Topics: 12rec, el senor ciuf ciuf, pop, indie, dancepop, electronic
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by Raül Fuentes
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Heezen is Raül Fuentes. He's a non-musician from the city of Castello in the east of Spain. As he told me, Eno was a non-musician. Satie also didn't study it. Raül extracts the technique of sampling old vinyl-records from hip hop and combines it with minimal synthesizer- and guitar-loops, a lot of bizarre found-sounds, fragments of vocals and a few drops of psychedelica. there's some kind of strange musique concrète-atmosphere in his tracks that makes me think of late 60's avantgarde films...
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Topics: 12rec, Heezen, Electronic, Elektronika, Laptop
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by Sichtbeton
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compared with the sichtbeton LP, you might find the former 3bit pankow EP more low-keyed or even less catchy; rap music as a guide for producing does not play an important role after all. lunte, who has contributed most of the beats and sounds, uses his background as a source of inspiration to expand the borders of hip hop into ambient and electronica. for instance, he does no straight rapping on this record, although he is working with voices extensively. the songs billow up and down,...
Topics: Electronic Hip-Hop, Abstract
Source: www.12rec.net
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by Daniel Maze
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there are different approaches to noise in electronic music. technically, noise is described as an equal amount of output in all present frequencies ('white noise') and sounds pretty boring. people tend to mix their original signals with fragments of noise to get a more individual, maybe more haptical sound; on the other hand, a lot of strictly experimental music uses noise as the main source of audio, shifted in frequency and amplitude, fed back to the machines or distorted and delayed. why do...
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Topics: 12rec, daniel maze, electronic, laptop, dance, soundscapes
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adcBicycle is Matt Chisholm from Ottawa, Canada. Matt had an EP on Kikapu (RIP) back in 2006 which was on heavy rotation in my player. After finishing his new album one year later, Matt decided not to release it. He got in contact with a bunch of artists he is friends with or fan of, asking them to revisionize his tunes. We are proud to publish this versatile compilation album of boundless and blissful Pop music!
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Topics: adcBicycle, Matt Chisholm, 12rec, 12rec.net, electronic, glitchpop, remix
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by Zeugwart Hallbauer
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zeugwart hallbauer like to use reverb. many sounds seem to circulate in a far distance, diving in and out of the listenerÂs ear. and they create a lot of room for these sounds, still there are always walls somewhere to stop the sounds from floating into total oblivion. did somebody say these guys were playing electronica? their music is sort of loop based, two or three main rhythmic motives and a line to carry the melody. dont get me wrong: the 'koelner sommer EP' isnÂt really minimal....
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Topics: Jasmin, Rotesonne Records, Electronic
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by Emil Klotzsch & Ruediger Krey
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Emil Klotzsch has a couple of releases online, all of which are published by wonderful Netlabels including Autoplate, One and Zymogen. We are extremely happy to welcome Emil Klotzsch and Ruediger Krey with a new EP , exclusively released as MP3 download and DVD purchase. "Through All These Years" was captured to battery-driven HD recorders deep in the woods of the Eifel region, a low mountain range South-west of Cologne. Home alone, Emil arranged subtle piano miniatures. Listening to...
Topics: klotzsch, krey, emil klotzsch, 12rec, 12rec.net, electronic, fielrecording, piano, bass clarinett
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by MONOKLE & GALUN
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The first time I had been in contact with Russian producer Vladislav Kudryavtsev was when he asked me to release the MONOKLE debut LP "TESAURUS" with 12rec. Although all the quality was there I did not feel it suiting the label sound too good. Fortunately, the album found a proper home with ideology.de early in 2009. When it turned 2010 Vlad was in contact again, this time pulling a collaboration LP with vocalist GALUN out of the magic hat. Sergey Galunenko aka GALUN is a former...
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Topics: 12rec, Monokle&Galun, electronic, free, hip hop, magic, pop, postrock
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by Tulo / Bukimi
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Kriipis Tulo and Mahi Bukimi form the duo Astrowind. Travelling the rusty railroad between Riga and the white shores of the Baltic Sea, they met in 2003 to perform a few live improvisations on old Soviet synthesizers. Things did seem to work out and Astrowind decided to go ahead with their cinematic music. I got in contact with Tulo and Bukimi for my review of their debut EP "The Night the Stars Flew" which has been released at the Russian ElectroSound-Netlabel. Immediately I fell in...
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Topics: Astrowind, Into Vernadsky, Paleopsychedelic Ambient, Ambient, Electronic, Synth, 12rec, 12rec.net
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Portabot is a Spain-born graphic designer, director and musician who lives and works in London and Barcelona. He is co-founder of UK ESP media laboratory Actop and related to London's D-Fuse VJ crew. His engagement for fresh audio-visual talents involves artdirection for Rojo Magazine and its associated projects. His experimental short film Passer/8 made up load of praise all over Europe. All these laurels ain't enough, César Pesquera released an successful album under the name of...
Topics: Portabot, 12rec, 12rec.net, César Pesquera, Guitar, Electronic, microloop, video
Source: www.12rec.net